What makes the $1.5 Million Undersea Aquahoverer, the easiest submersible to operate in the world? It hovers in-place without the need for adjusting ballast or managing drop weights. The combination of sub’s fixed positive buoyancy with its six 400-rpm, 1.2-kilowatt ducted propellers (two front and four rear), provides easy omnidirectional movement and stand-still hovering underwater next to reefs, wrecks, and underwater species.
The Undersea Aquahoverer is capable of exploring the twilight zone down to a depth of 400′. The vessel’s streamlined composite pressure hull keeps two explorers safe in custom carbon fiber seats, with acrylic domes optimized for best underwater sightseeing. Intuitive and fly-by-wire controls (from either cockpit), two independent digitally monitored oxygen systems, and a closed-circuit internal (and VHF-to-surface) communications system provide submariners with a safe, flexible environment for investigating underwater anomalies.
The entire craft is powered by a rechargeable 15kWH battery.